Seychelles, La Digue Savoy Seychelles Resort & Spa Seychelles island hopping is one of the most interesting entertainment there.
La Digue is the laid-back, sleepier sibling to larger Seychelles islands Mahé and Praslin.
There’s no airport, so you’ll first meet La Digue from the water. It’s a 20-minute boat ride from nearby Praslin, and you approach to views across a seductive coastline of blonde beaches, fronds of palms and clusters of smoothed boulders.
You can take the locals’ lead and get around by bicycle, following the one road that curves around three quarters of the island. Pack a snorkel and you can dip into the water along the way.
Along the west coast are the two villages of La Passe and La Reunion, where you’ll find little more than a post office, tiny supermarket, handful of guesthouses and a few waterfront seafood restaurants.
Continue past the neat rows of vanilla vines (which were introduced by French settlers) and you’ll come to La Digue’s calling card: Anse Source d'Argent. Roughly translated as silver stream, the island’s — and, arguably, the Seychelles’ — most revered beach is a shimmering stretch of photogenic sand.
One can enjoy the blessings of nature and undertake fun water sports and adventure activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, and rock climbing
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